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THE PIOCHE RECORD
SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1912. The Pioche Record Published Every taturiiay by PIOCHE RECORD PUBLISHING COMPANY. Terms of Subscription One year, iu advance $2.50 Oue year, i not in advance 3.00 Six mouths, in advance 1.50 Six months, if not in advance, $1.75 Papers sent to foreign countries, at $3.50 per year; $..75 tor six nionihs; strictly in advance. Advertising rates jn appllcatlou. THE LEADING NEWSPAPER OF LINCOLN COUNTY Entered lu the Postoffie'e at Pioche, Nev., as Second Class .Mail Matier. LEWIS H. BEASON, Editor & Mgr. EVERY SUBSCRIBER to the Pioche Kecord is entitled to One Year's Trial Subscription to t'ne Cheapest, Cleanest. Biggest anb Best Comic Magazine in the World Every number contains ihe choir i Ht original jokes, humorous stor ies und funny pictures. No family should be without clean and wholesome humor and"Lntigh tcr" Is all of that. Sample copy five cents:. CLIP THIS AD Enclose It with your full name and address annd fifteen cents to cover cost of mailing and you will receive the Magazine every month for one year. U'fiNTFn A "liable ma" "nl,ILU woman In each County as exclusive agent for "Laughter." Big Commission. Bank refer ences required. LAUGHTER PUBLISHING CO., INC I OUR DUTY TO ALIENS. We ii f I in i t tile immigrant uml tlx-n abuse him. YVc expend all our elTiirls at the purl of entry, and uuce we pus hint inward we tnlie no more heed of hint; leave hint to bis own resources to he mocked, reviled and snubbed, ebenled or rubbed. To every one who routes we give a pledge, implied, if not written or spoken. We pledge I i in "the right to life, liberty uml the pursuit of Imp pines." I to we mean to keep that pledge, uml how do we ful fill It? ate very pertinent ques tlns to benskeil by nil who study lmtni:r:itinn and lis niminYn tions. We admit the best, reject the worst. That the "best" may not bei otne "worst" with us we should give heed lo their en vironment. Teach tbetn by pre cept what American Institu tions and laws stand for and set such tin example for them to follow as will cause tltein to he roine useful eUlxeus of the Cult nl States.-T. V Powdeiiy. MAKING PROGRESS. There tire moments w hen what ever be the attitude of the body the soul Is oil Its Unees. - Victor Hugo. As soon us we are horn the world begins to work upon us. and this noes on to the end. tioethe. No architect build us he pleases, !.ut only as nature pleasen, through laws of gravity. Ktotie mid sttsel. Wills. We may make out of each event In our lives either n jug gernaut cur to crush us or a chariot In which to ride to vic tory. -Hannah Whitehall Smith. There is no road or ready way to vlrtue.- SIr Thomas Browne. PUBLIC LAND AND CASES. MINiNQ If you arr interested in any conlci-t or any matter before the Interior IV partmcnt. write to Clark cc Wright, egisiercd land l.iwvi ts. on.' I' Street X. V. loppo itc C..i;i I.avl (Ml'a'cl, asliimrtim. I). C. 1' i cc information' about contents end where to 1. lain scrip, locat;dilc upon pic;!: l.i.uls. without residence or cuhi.atiun. "Miter HOW TO USE COSMETICS. ! ! Methods of Assisting Nature In Beau j tifying the race. "Making up often lias a distinctly I beneficial effect upon character, and many women w ho habitually use cos-, luetics are justified in attempting to beautify themselves." This theory was propounded by a leading medical man who has devoted unsideruhle attention to the practice among socity wonteu of making up. who thinks lite results of his observa tion show that the common attitude of oudcuiuiug the woman who makes use of face pastes, paints ami powders is ofteu wrong. Appearance means such a lot to a woman, mentally as well as socially," he said, "that she Is justified ill aiding or improving nature if she sees tit. "Making up is indeed essential to the happiness of some women. A girl who some slight persoual defect a scar, a poor complexion or bloodless lips, for example is enormously handi capped. "The knowledge of her defect, the thought that others may notice and tulk about it. makes her shy and lurk ing in self eonlhlenre. "She shuns other people's society on this account ami becomes morbid anil miserable, missing much of the joy in life. "Xow. why should such a girl be punished for a defect Unit she can con ceal V Why should she shrink from using it rt tlii -in I means to hide her blem ish lor fear of what the world may say? "I know one case of a life absolute ly ruined simply because of complex Ion troubles, and I know of several cases w here wouien have become hap py and useful iiicnihers of Ihe commu nity through making up. "So as long as a woman's makeup is not so obvious its to lie objectionable her means to an end are justifiable. She does no one any harm, and siio does herself a great deal of good. "Tlie knowledge thai her particulai defect is no longer visible to all be holders gives her a contented mind and that has ifs Inevitable result upon her character and otitloitk on life. "She heroines self possessed instead of self eti'ariiii:. n welcome acquaint tince inslcad of a shunned one. "Actresses are women for whom 1 have the warmest admiration. They are mostly warm hearted, sensible and cheerfu'. That Is because I'u'.v make the liest of themselves In I'uce and form." A UNIQUE PARTY. How to Give a Jolly Hurdy Gurdy Donee, The iiuaint hurdy gurdics which have so long been Ihe delight of city children and the despair of the fas tidious uitislr liners arc in danger of becoming fashionable. A hostess at a summer resort hit. upon this novel manner of furnishing music for her guests to dance by. So successful did It prove that other hostesses quickly followed her exam pic. mid Ihe hurdy gurdy, with Its soft voiced Italian owner, was greatly In demand. Voting people danced until nearly dawn to the alluring strains of "The Hid; Lady" ami the fashionable rhythm of "The lllue Danube." It Is proverbial thai yottih never tires of dancing, mill apparently hurdy giiidies never tire of playing. The two arc equally mulched, for the hurdy gurdy titan stops only long enough to i h inge Ills tune, w bile youi h stops only long enough to catch Its br ath. The 1 1 1 1 1 I gurdy simplifies things Im mensely for the hostess who dares not ili to entertain elaborately. It at otire knocks pretension In Ihe head ami dues away with the excruciating torture intlletcd by Ihe souicf'uues ln ' ompetMii musicians who play for dancer. For the hurdy gurdy has (he advan tage of really keeping time, and that is more than can Is' said of the aver age iui.tciau. One has only to engage the hurdy gurdy man. turn on the lights, move Ihe furniture and give hu informal dunce. Promptly lit the hour the picturesque strolling Italian with his hurdy gurdy arrives. It is tenderly taken from its wl Is and placed in a corner of the hall, and immediately he plays on and imi with never a sigh nor a complain ing word until dawn unless you stop hi in. How to Make Bar le Duo. Stem l.'i-.ge. ripe currants carefully, weigh Ihiii and allow three pounds of stigitr to each pound of fruit. Oct a pint of juice from preserved cur rants, put It into the preserving ket tle villi three pounds of sugar und co k I'o:- five minutes, skimming close ly. A'l I a pound of the whole cur rants and cook for the minute longer. ilu t In. currants out of ihe sirup an,, put t hcin into a hov!. IS 'turn the sirup t t lie lire and boil until thick aid clear. Skim this and strain through a cheese chub bag upon the entrants, (toil all together for a min ute and put into jelly glasses. When ool cover w it li parattlu. Ho-v to Reduce Gas Bills. Oas bill may be somewhat reduced by regulating the meter. Light as many gas j--ls as you usually use and turn them on full. Then adjust the meter, turning It off all you can while yet leaving a good full flame. This re duce the pressure whirh nuises the gas to "blow." The same thing amy be done advantageously to the meter on the gas range. How te Select Goggles. Tn selecting goggles Irrrgn'nr refrac tion of the lenses is easily discovered by moving t'nom before the eye and noticing if the things seen through the glass seem distorted. Tenguas Bstray Them. " The man who In Massachusetts iayi Le - o - mluster at once reveals himself us a rank outsider. Put if the Massachusetts man goes up Into New Hampshire und Inquires for what he calls Coose county or Cooza county the natives of Co-os county wonder where be went to school. And, in Maine. Saco is the test word that betrays the stranger within the state. For variety of pronunciation by those who don't know that word of only four letters Is believed to bold the record. They used to tell" the story that ns each train bearing summer visitors started up from Iliddeford. just across the river, the brakeman announced thus: "The next station is Sayko-Sacko Barco-Sawko-Sayso-Susso-Surso-Saw-lo!" Maine people will tell you that It Is pronounced exactly as It Is spelled 8-a-c-o. Sawko. Any Maine man rerojrnizes a fellow Maine "innu at once by bis pronuncia tion of a town name Boston Ulobe. Tennyson's Rhymes. As an example of faulty rhyming the great Alfred Tennyson Is being held up by an English critic as In the very forefront of offenders. He is shown to have taken license as n great poet that would have damned any small rhymer. The critic gives ns ex uniples of Tennyson's imperfect rhymes liver" and "ever." "given" und "heav en, which are considered too conven tional to be criticised. He then pusses on to the famous "Charge of the Light Brigade." where Tennyson, with the Inaccurate ear of Ihe thorough Hilton, rhymes "onward" and "hundred." "snld" and "dismayed." "hundred'' and "thundered." "hundred" and "blunder ed." "hundred" and "wondered." all In that one short poem. One may look In vain through the works of Longfellow. Bryant. Lowell or any American poet of the first rank for such orthoeplciil blundering, which pusses without ques tlou among llrltous. Yucatan's Water Caverns. Since Yunnan, where the Mayas built their strange cities. Is of coral limestone formation, it. follows that ll would have been u desert lint for Its subterranean livers and the ceuotes. or water caverns, which give access to them. The Mayns noted the courses of the underground streams and built (heir towns round the eeuole. Many ceuotes are now found surrounded by ruins and give Indications of the methods employed by the Mayas to reach their cool waters. In I'xiunl H cenote ubout forty feet deep Is Inhabit ed by a peculiar species of llsh. At Ui.laiichcn there Is a cenote having IU it openings III the rocks at the hot toiu of the cavern. L adders made by tying three truuks together lead down a total distance of 1.4(10 feet, but the perpendicular depth from the surface to the water ta not more than ,rSKI feet P.xchunge. Chineie and Chinaman. On the subject of surprising modern words It Is notable that the Oxford dictionary Hnds no earlier instance of "(iiliitilwin." Ill the sense of a native of China, (hall IHo-i, when Emerson so used It. The previous word was "Till iicse." from which the plural "Chi neses" "us formed by Milton and his contemporaries, and the false singular "Chinee" by modern Americans. Hut "Chinainiin" 111 another sense, that of a dealer lu china, was 111 use long lie fore ts.VI The Oxford dictionary gives three Instances of it from London ill reclories of ITT'.'. IStit and IMll. but docs not notice thai iu 17H3 one "Join Crowther. Cliliiitinau." was gazetted bankrupt. "Chinawoman" In a si ml lar sense goes back to Hen .lonsou. London Chronicle. A Monument to Cheerf ulnesi. The following quaint epitaph Is to be seen In Crayford churchyard. Kent it strikes one as one of the prettiest monument to cheerfulness lu all Mer rie England: "Here lletli the Isidy of Peter Isnel ithlrty years clerk of this parish! He lived respected us a pious und n mirthful man and died on his way (o church lo assist ill u wedding on the 31st day of March. IStL aged seventy years. The Inhabitants of Crayford have raised ibis stone to his cheerful memory and as a tribute to his long and faithful service." Loudon Standard. ' Dutch Humor. Here are two spisiinen Jokes from Dutch papers of the day: Mr. Newly Rich (to landlord) I hear you have raised all your rents. Why haven't you raised mine as well? I ain't Imagine how I have merited sucli an Insult lo my dignity. A 1 wouldn't like to be standing lu your shoes Just now. H. Why? A Heenuse they are In the cellar, and twenty Ions of coal have been dumped oer them. Worth Trying. Mrs Rinks The people In the next suit to ours are awfully annoying They pound on the wall every time our Mamie slugs. I wish we knew of some way to drive them out of the flat. "Why not have Mamie keep on sing lug?" Cleveland Plain Dealer. An Inheritance. "She claims that her ancestors stood torturing with ret! hot pincers" "1 believe ft She can wear shoes three sizes too small and look happy. -Harper's Bazar. A Moving Force. "What Is the force that makes the world move?" asked the tpnehcr. "The landlord." replied Johnny Hard uppe promptly. Philadelphia Record ::V 1. :l . '.!,!. -l. S OR & t ZZ, iMut' l. . SI.. I. :;. 'Cel.'! or I'linln. IT rait REP.ar . ;.:i Ticii'. -iiv. -;Ov;rt lrarx- Ke c.v in." v 0 Ban Kircscacc. SI,! ' . IB IT' ft. I.if '.nvtuil!'!" isiok On 'HOW TO CdTi,n-l.iH SFLl PATriKS, t Wliitli UM..( wi.l .:.v. U- vt lo pri h i,.roil, I tl:UtIU lr'.'V 1111(1 I'til.T V, lUal.ii- Utt O! II dl lull. I D. SWIFT & CO, PATENT LAWYCRS, ! k303 Seventh St., Wasiiiuriton, 0. C ' Willi II M i FORFEITURE NOTICE To Ceo. L. Stone.l-2; C. E. Lacey 1-4 You and eacn of you are hereby notified that 1 have expended dur lug the year, lull, $100 worth of labor and Improvements on the South Trend Luue Mining Claim, sit uate in the Atlanta, unorganized miu ing district, Lincoln County, State Nevada, the location notice ol which appears of record in Hook D. 1, page 8, of Mining Notices, Lincoln Co. Nevada Records, ami if within ninety days ufier the first puhllca Hon of this notice you fall, or re fuse to contribute your p irtion ol such expenditure made by me, to gether with the cost of advertising, on said South Trend lode mining claim, your interest in said claim wil become the property of t'ie subscrib er, your co-owner, who lias made tho required expenditure in accord ance with tho provisions of Sec. 2:12 i of the Revised Statutes of the I n Und . States and the amendments thereto approved January 22, 1880. oncoming annual labor upon mining -latins. Raid $10(1 was expended to hold said mining claim for the year ending December 31, 1911. ELMER M. DRAT Kirs pub. Apr. 6; last, July 13.1912. FORFEITURE NOTICE fo Ceo. M. Latimer, C. E. Lacey. K. S. Iluverstock, E. M. Hray, Ceo h. Stone, E. D. Stone and ilarrj MuHser: ou and each of you are hereby totlfled that we have expended dur ius the year, 1911, fled worth ot libor and Improvements on the Ruby" Lode Mining Claim, Bit ate in the Atlanta, unorganized niln .lis" district, Lincoln County, State i Nevada, the location nt tlce of which appears of record lu Uook "C-l P. 39G, of Mining Notices, Lincoln Co. Nevada Records, and if wlthli Infly days after the first puhllca lion of this notbe you full, of re fuse, to contribute your portion o! such expenditure made by us, to aether Willi the cost of advertising oil said Ruby Lode Mining Claim, your Interest lu said claim will be come the property of the subsclib crs your co-owners, who have made In required expenditure In accordant! with tho provisions ct Soction 23.:-, of the Revised Statute ef the I'n lt d States and the amendments tier lu approved January 22, U'80, conc.er lug annual labor upon mining claims Said $100 was expended to hold said mining e'lalm for the year end Inu December 31, 1911. E. C. D. MARRIAGE K. Nl'CENT COSBY, by V.. V D. Marriage, his attorney-in-fact. Firt-t pub. 2-24; last 5-2.",, 1912. NOTICE M. A. NO. 0(1912. APPL1C VTION EO't Patent. I'nited Stabs Laud Ofl'ic, Carson City, Nevndu, March 29, 1912 Notice is hereby given, That I i lk -Bell Mining and Milling ( mipany, s corporation, through lis authorized agent, James Castles, whose postof flce address is lliko, Lincoln County. Nevada, has made application for a I'nited Stales patent for the Elephant High Ely, Tq Blunder, llli.o Hell Valley lew and Vera Lode Mining claims consolidated, situaKd in the PalivaiuigiU Lake Mfuln;; District. Couuly of Lincoln, Slate of Nctu'lu, bring Htirvry No, 400(1, and described in the field notes und plat on file in this olTice.with magnetic varlutlon at It! deg. .13 miu. to 17 deg. Eusl as follows: Commencing at corner No. 1 of El ephant li.de claim, whence lln 14 aection cormr between Sections 29 and 32, Township 3 South, Range 69 East, Ml. Diablo Base and Meridian, hears S. 40 deg. 4a mill. E. 3(12. o feet; thence N. ."i.", ties. ilS niln. E. lllfl.6 feet to eornt-r No. 4 of Vera lode; thence S. 9 (leg 2d mill. V. (S73.4 ft. to corner No. 3 of Vera lode; thence S. 5ft deg. 7 mill. Vy lin.6 feet to intersect Hue 1-2 lliko Hell Lode; tluiiee S. 80 (leg. 4S mill. E. 3"4 feet to cirnrr No, 2 of lliko Hell lode; thence S. 8 (leg. 49 miu. V. l.'iOO feet to cornie? No. 3 of lliko Bell lode; thence N. So deg. 4S min W. fi4,".4 feet to comer No. 4 ot lliko Bell lode, ldentlial with cor uer No. .1 of Elephant lode and cor ner No. 4 of tllgh Ely lode; thence S. 9 deg. 18 min. YV. 1499.1 feet to corner No. 3 of High Ely lode: thence X. SI" deg. 19 n. in VV ton ft. to cor ner No. 2 of Hi -.h Fly lode; tie me N. 9 deg. 23 n In. E. I 199.2-fert to corner No. 1 it lliah Hy 'ofie and ft I or ' . -I f ":v!"P'Ml"' 1 'ir; t'ie-:. V'. 9 dec. '-.' le. )'. t"H.2 1''. t fo "Oi'iicr ."o. -' if T. m Hl'.io lev 1 do; lho:ie N. 7 dry fl: n in. V. i:. -o f . to c.rni'i No x " T r.i 1 lii:id rid. id"iitibl il; ci ruiv No. ! of Val ley 'iew lode thence N. 73 deg. 58 min. V. 1500 feet to corner No. 4 1) ot Vulley View lode; thence org. 0 mill. K. 581.6 feet to cormr - ....... -; 1 74 dog. 4U mill. E. 14!i8 feet to cor- ' n r No. 2 of Valley View lode lden- t'riil v ltn corner io. i oi imu ei der lode; thence S. 7s deg. Of, mill. K 1500 feet to comer No. 1 of Tom Bin er i oe; thence N. 0 deg. 20 ruin E. .'.;.. feet to corner No. 1 of Elephant trd( , the place of beginning and lo cated in SE 1-4 and SW 1-4 of Sec tu li 29, SE 1-4 of Section 30, NK 1-4 f Soction 31. and NW 1-4 of Nh 1-4 ml SW 1-4 of Sectton 32. Township ! south, Range 59 East, Mt. Diablo .1. & M., containing an area of 78 ."5 acres exclusive of conflicts witli :ot No. SJr John T. lode. Lot No. 38. Lehmer lode., Lot No. 39, Indian Chle lode (Aiu'd), l ot No. 41. Mollie C lode ai.d lot No. Hi, llarri-on lole: adjoining and coiiflb-:iiig c airns as hown by I'att rf Survey are Lot No 57, John T. Lode, Lot No. 3s. Lehiner 'ode. Lot No. 39, Indian Chief lode; 'Am'dl, Lot No. 41, Mollie C. lode. Ut No. 4G, Harrison lr.de, Set'. No ,'317, illark Prince lode, and Deiive 'ode ( unsurveyed ) . I direct that this notice be publish sd In the Pioche Record, puhllsliit' it Pioche, Nevada. LOI IS J. COHX, Register. Data of first pub. April 6; last, Jun 1, 1912. Edwin W. . Senior. Salt Lake City "tah. Claimant's Attorney. NOTICE OF" APPLICATION FOR U S. Patent. Survty No. 4008. So lal NoJwi'W. II. S. Land Office, Carsuu City, Ne vada, February 2, 1912. Notice is hereby given that li pursuance of the Act of Congress ap proved May 10th, 1872, Coliinibus-ii ache Mining Company a corporation jy John M. Breeze, its a'tonrey ln lint, wliuse post office address ts Pioche, Nevada, hus made applica tion for a patent for 2486 42 llneat feet on th "Jumbo find Pioche Ceu '.rul Lodes," bearing gold, sliver am. lead, with surface ground 600 feet n width, situate in Ely Mining Dis rclt, Lincoln County, State of Ne ada, h lid described by the offlcla iilat and by the field notes on fib in the office of the Register of Car ion City land district, Nevada, ai .'ollows, viz: PIOCHE CENTRAL LOUR Beginning at Cor. No. 1, on line 2-3 Chester No. 2 Lode, Sur. No.3567, Moche Demijohn Mining Company jliiimant. identical with the Cor. c ire. amended location, a pine post I 1-2 ft. long by 4 Ina. square, set I fl. lu the ground with mound ol arth and stone, scribed P. C 1-4008 whence, the Cor. to Section 20. 21. 28. 29 T I N. 8. 67 E. M. D. 3. and M , bears 8. 38 deg. 42 min E. 0031.70 't. Cor. No. 2, Chester No. 2 Loda, Sur. o.3567 bears 8. 42 d'g 02 miu. W. 7 i ' !' ; thence N. 40 deg 19 min. W. 98U.42 ft to Cor. No ! a pine post 4 1-2 fl. long by 4 111 '(inure, set 2 ft. In th ground with nound if earth and s tone, sirlbet .'. C. Jam. 1-4008;' theuce N. 42 dig 12 miu. 13. tiiiO feet to Cor. No. 3, one posi 4 1-2 ft ong hy 4 ins inure, s' l .' ft. lu the ground with i "n ! 1' ailh a':f stone, scribed f Jinn. I 4008; thence 8. 46 deg. 0! siin. K. l:sti.42 feet to Ctr. No. 4 due post 4 1-2 It. King hy 4 Inches HUure, sit 2 ft. lu Ihe ground with liounil of i.trtU and stone, scribed P M-luuS; llieuie S. 42 dig. 02 miu V. ('.OH feet to Cor. No. 1, the plac if beginning. J I'M BO LODE , Beginning at Cor. No. 1. Identical with ir- (Yr. ef the amended loca !;u and ( ol. No. 2 lioche Centra .ode, this survey, whence the Cor, b .ec'Uons Lo 21, 28, 29 T 1 N. II. U' M li II. and M. bears S. :fy deg 14 min. 41 sec, E. 7010.91 ft.; thonce . 46 deg. 09 mill. West 1500 ,'r"' P. ((.!. No. 2, a pine post 4 I '. long 1 4 Ins. sqtare, it 2 ft !t the ground with mound uf carl mil sk.iu , Kiribed J urn. 2-4008 itiienci N' 42 de;s. 02 min. E. 0UU fort to Cor No. 3, a plno post 4 12 ft. long hy I ins. square, set 2 ft. in the ground with mound ef eartii and stone srlb d Jinn.- 3-4iu,ti. vh in e the ills eovery, a pine poM I 1-2 ft. long by I ins. square, s-1 2 ft. lu the ground wi ll mound of earth and stone, snib ed Dlsc-4008, bears S. 2 di g. 04 mill 8 See. E. 430 92 ft ; fheiiie S. 46 lie J nun. K., K.oo ft. to Cor. No. 4,lden ileal Willi the Ci r. ot the amended location and Cor.No.3 Pioche Central Lode, this surwy; thence S. 42 deg il' uiln. w. 6 0 feet lo Cor. No ihe place of beginning; containing Pi icne (.eutrai i.oue i;i a,M acres, and .'umbo Lode 29.047 acres, Total 34 j-'5 acres, and f .rmitiK a portion of the S.E. 1-4 Sec. 18, S.W. 14 Sec. 1 and N.W. 1-4 Sec. 20 T. 1 N. R, c., .ii, u. u. ami ,, The names cf ad loiioiig ciniuis are i Hester No. 2 and .No. 6 Patent Hiurvey No. 3",fi7 shown by the phil of Survey. No eoi. flirting claims. LOI IS J. COIIN, Register. FORFEITURE NOTICE Pioclv, Nevada. Feb. 15, 1912 To I-red J. Mills, his heirs, gal representative of assigns: 1 Vou are hereby notified that the uui'o.sigiieJ, ii.i:r co-owner, has ex penucii during ihe year, 1911, One Hundred Dollars In labor and lia provcraetiti, upon the Colfax lode mining t ihim, situated In the High land liming District, Lincoln County, .a T.-....ta o u-til flllltfiir llV , " , " - uie - - fi.e ol the county recorder of said v.., n,i .. said :-ii'ij - "ui .w. expi iiilit'lii . as co-owner, in cam o.li.x lone mining; claim is u.uU i-j Vou are also notified that the un- L-r.-i::i.i, as your co-owner, has ex- ndid during the yi ar loll, Sev Ilundred Dolais in iabor ami im- proemeuts uis.ii tue noiy .iies. Black Wonder, Ridge, Seven-thirty, High Five, Red Ttp, and Moose iode iniiiing claims, situated in the Highland Mining DiBtrict, Lincoln County, State of Nevada, as will ap pear by the proofs of labor filed in the office of the county recorder of said county. Vour proportion of said expenditure being $350. Such expenditures having been nade to hold said claims under the provisions of Bee. 2324 of the Re- iscd Statutes of the I nlted Stat- aud the amendment there approved January 22, 1S80, ai uactcd by the Congress of the Tin ted Stales concerning annual labor ipon mining claims, that biius the uiiount required to hold said claims or the year ending December 31, mil. And you are hereby notified hat If within ninety days from the lersonal service of this notce or .viithin ninety days after this notice y publication, you fail or refuse to onttibuto your proportion cf such xpenditureB as co-owner, which inc unts to $385. 33 1-3, your litter- ist in said claims will become the iroperly of tho subscriber, your resent co-owner, under the provls uis of said 9' c'tlr u 2321. CHARLES WHALEV. First pub. 2-17; 'ast, 5-18, 1912. OUR JOB DEPART MENT. Up-to-date Quality Right Prices Right What else is needed? APPLICATION NO. 2283, NOTICg of Application for PermiBsiou to Appropriate the Public Waters of the State of Nevada. Notice is hereby given that on the 23rd day of November, 1911, In ac cordance with Section ,25, Chapter XXXI, of the Statutes of 1909, one sharlea Eaton, of Atlanta, Comity ofl Llimoln and State of Nevada. made application to the State En iineer of Nevada for permission to ippropriate the public waters ot ihe State of Nevada. Such apprtprl- atiou is to be made from Springs -situated iu Silver Park Gulch, Mag. 3. 17 deg. 30 min. V., 4,300 ft. from u. S. Miu. Mon. No. 1, Sliver Park Mining 'District, Lincoln County, Ne vada, at points at the springs on un surveyed land in T. 6 N. R. 68 E., M. D. B. A M., at S. IT deg. 30 min. W. 4,300 ft. from U. S. Min. Men. No. 1. Silver Park Mining Dls 'riet, Lincoln County, Nevada, by means cf a ditch and 1 1-4 cubic feet per second ia to be conveyed to points 1,500 feet due south of Min ral Monument No. 1, of Sliver Park Mining Dist.. by means of a ditca md there usei for mining, milling ind domestic purposes. Water to e returned to stream at a point ibout 25 40 ft. below springs, from I'Jlnt of diversion, on unsurveyed !ud in T. . N. R. 6S E., M. D. B. tM.. at S. 17 deg. 30 min. W. 4,300 it. from V. 8. Min. Mon. No. 1, Sli ver Park Mining District. Signed: w. M. KEARNEY, State Engineer. First pub. 3-2; laat J-30,l12.